Harina Pan from Venzuela/Columbia

wreReynolds

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I am trying to find Harina Pan (corn flour), but it needs to be from Columbia or Venezuela (theirs is different from the local stuff).

Any thoughts. So far I have had no luck.

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Tough break kiddo, you're not going to find any, at least not in Buenos Aires.

The closest you'll get is to find white corn at a naturist store or maybe Jumbo/Disco, which I understand is the type of corn Harina Pan is made of.

If you're looking for arepas or cachapas there's a bar named "Bar Caracas" in Jorge Luis Borges with Guatemala; there are also several colombian restaurants in the city, you might want to check the Guia Oleo (http://www.guiaoleo.com.ar/)
 

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laureltp said:
Tough break kiddo, you're not going to find any, at least not in Buenos Aires.

The closest you'll get is to find white corn at a naturist store or maybe Jumbo/Disco, which I understand is the type of corn Harina Pan is made of.

If you're looking for arepas or cachapas there's a bar named "Bar Caracas" in Jorge Luis Borges with Guatemala; there are also several colombian restaurants in the city, you might want to check the Guia Oleo (http://www.guiaoleo.com.ar/)

They have naturist stores here???
Tell me where they are, and do they have cute dependientas. Aye carumba, naked shop assistants, wow!
 

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You need to go to Casa Polti in Belgrano. I don't know if they have the specific one you are looking but they have a couple different kinds of corn flour.
www.casapolti.com.ar

ETA: Actually, I've looked at their catalog which you can find on the website & they don't seem to have harina de mais precocida listed. But they do have harnia de maiz blanco & harina de maíz amiláceo.
 
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